Peter and the Shadow Thieves - Chapters 33-39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33-39 Summary

Chapter 33 is called "A Way Out." Hungry and cold, Peter wanders the foggy streets of London. He meets a boy named Trotter, who offers to take him someplace warm where he can get some food. Tucking Tinkerbell under his shirt, Peter follows him to a small, dark room with a small coal fire in the center, where several other ragged children are huddled. A large man hands bread around to the children, skipping one boy who he says had not brought in his share of money. The man tells Peter that the children are beggars who bring him the money they collect, and he tells Peter that this will be his job from now on, as well. Peter is trapped in the room when night comes and the man lies down in front of the only door to sleep.

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